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are hearing that right now the beginning of the de- embarkation process. and lesli, i was aboard this ship in 2004 so i will tell you just as a personal anecdote, it is a massive ship. as you can imagine, people are still very anxious but there has to be some kind of order for these folks to get off this ship. we're going keep a very close eye on this and on all of the developments out of mobile. i want to know what you think. follow this story on twitter. kenw usa 9 is my handle. >> the difference back when you rode, you probably didn't want to get off. these folks can't wait to get off and they've got hours to go. kenny, we'll check with you in just a bit. >>> in other news, video of police returning to the scene of a murder in alexandria. they spent the evening dusting for fingerprints. last night a relative found 94- year-old elmer joe rohr dead inside of his home. his home was broken into back in november, and this morning a 45-year-old woman was arrested for that crime but she has not been charged with any crime related to his murder. >>> well, it's official. the burned remains found
former prince georges councilwoman, lesli johnson who recollects is fresh out of prison started her community service. you'll remember johnson admitted to hiding nearly $80,000 in her underwear and flushing a $100,000 check down the toilet all while federal agents banged on her door. bruce johnson joins us from northeast with our exclusive video. bruce. >> reporter: yeah, lesli, ten months in prison had changed lesli johnson's perspective at all, but clearly she did not want to talk to us. >> bruce leshan from channel 9, can we talk to you for two seconds? can you talk to us? how are you doing? how do you feel about doing the community service here? you don't want to talk to us at all? tell the public how you're doing? >> federal judge sentenced lesli johnson to a year and a day in prison after she pleaded guilty to tampering with evidence. that tampering was flushing a $100,000 check, as you said, lesli, down the toilet and stuffing nearly $80 ,000, how do you do that? in her bra and panties while her husband, zach johnson, frantically called on the phone and demand her to get r
cutting enough. fascinating. joining us now from new york, radio talk show host mike gallagher and leslie marshall fox news analyst. you see how the see how the press kind of spun, this. >> no. depends. few weeks ago pew research say that americans say look, you have got to reduce spending and reduce the deficit. what do they say same outlet pew research don't cut anything but money we are sending overseas. just a little bit. >> bill: i think this "wall street journal" poll is accurate, gallagher. i think it's 39 want more cuts in spending. 37% don't want any. and then the other ones are kind of like well, we don't really know and da'da da'da. if you were to listen to the news reports, clearly they say oh more people are favoring the president's plan. you know, it's all about spin and deception. it just bothers me. now, leslie, why, in your crew, your crew, leslie, your tribe, all right? these liberal people, why do they not see the danger of looming bankruptcy? >> it's not that they don't see the danger of looming bankruptcy and i don't think that mike and i are necessarily totally that
basically on leslie avenue south of route 704 again in glen arden near route 704. more on that in a few minutes. the beltway looks great. no issues to report as you head on the north side of town. looking good on the beltway college park into silver spring and bethesda. no issues on 95 in from baltimore, 270 in from frederick. we'll take a live look at the beltway in college park right now which is incident free near route 1 as you head around the bend toward 95 and college park. let's see if we can take a look at our maps again. no problems to report inside the beltway on the gw parkway. dulles toll road looks good. 66 to the roosevelt bridge. 395 to the 14th street bridge. we'll take a live look outside one more time. this time here near route 50 heading for the beltway and vienna. >> as monika just mentioned, breaking news story, a fire out of landover, maryland where firefighters have pulled four people from a burning home. >> the fire started just about an hour ago and as we just heard from monika, leslie avenue and route 704, delia goncalves just got to the scene. they'd setting u
. >> we will begin with leslie brinkley and a community absolutely in shock. leslie? >> that's right, dan. two police officers lost their lives here. that has never, ever happened in santa cruz before. you know that moment when the shock hits you and the tears haven't started flowing yet, that's where santa cruz is at tonight. >> we were feeling sad for that policeman. we went over and prayed. >> they protect your world in santa cruz. >> this quiet beach town of 60,000 residents is in mourning. all ages turned out to pay tribute to detective elizabeth butler and sergeant butch baker. his best friend passed out candles, but couldn't bear to talk yet. this was all still too overwhelming. >> his son is a community officer i work closely with. elizabeth has two really small children. they are going to grow up without their mother. that's very sad. she was an exceptional mom. >> deborah elston coordinated this vigil after getting inundated with e-mails. >> i was getting lots of e-mails from the neighbors. what can we do? how can we help? we need to talk. >> this was the best way we felt that t
tonight. ama dates is on the heros of the tragedy. >> we will begin with leslie brinkley and a community absolutely in shock. leslie? >> that's right, dan. two police officers lost their lives here. that has never, ever happened in santa cruz before. you know that moment when the shock hits you and the tears haven't started flowing yet, that's where santa cruz is at tonight. >> we were feeling sad for that policeman. we went over and prayed. >> they protect your world in santa cruz. >> this quiet beach town of 60,000 residents is in mourning. all ages turned out to pay tribute to detective elizabeth butler and sergeant butch baker. his best friend passed out candles, but couldn't bear to talk yet. this was all still too overwhelming. >> his son is a community officer i work closely with. elizabeth has two really small children. they are going to grow up without their mother. that's very sad. she was an exceptional mom. >> deborah elston coordinated this vigil after getting inundated with e-mails. >> i was getting lots of e-mails from the neighbors. what can we do? how can we help? we nee
coverage tonight. ama dates is on the heros of the tragedy. >> we will begin with leslie brinkley and a community absolutely in shock. leslie? >> that's right, dan. two police officers lost their lives here. that has never, ever happened in santa cruz before.ow that you know that moment when the shock hits you and the tears haven't started flowing yet, that's where santa cruz is at tonight. >> we were feeling sad for that policeman. we went over and prayed. >> they protect your world in santa cruz. >> this quiet beach town of 60,000 residents is in mourning. all ages turned out to pay tribute to detective elizabeth butler and sergeant butch baker. his best friend passed out candles, but couldn't bear to talk yet. this was all still too overwhelming. >> his son is a communityficer . elizabeth has two really small children. they are going to grow up without their mother. that's very sad. she was an exceptional mom. >> deborahn elston coordinated this vigil after getting inundated with e-mails. >> i was getting lots of e-mails from the neighbors. what can we do? how can we help? we n
island are under a blizzard warning. derek and topper are over in the weather center. >> hey, lesli. top, you've added a few more local counties to the danger zone. >> we have. we now have montgomery county and howard county into the advisory. so now it includes gaithersburg and columbia, so these are now winter weather advisories. closer to snow, the accumulating snow is much closer. the burbs are under a winter storm warning. right now we just are lacking some of the cold air. that said, a light mixture for leesburg and frederick and luray. specifically right along the i- 81 corridor. here comes the precipitation. already showing some pretty good rains south of richmond, a little snow back towards blacksburg. i still feel the heavy rain will miss us and the heavy snow, but we are going to see a little mix north and west to start. 36 in leesburg, 37 in manassas. 34 in gaithersburg, 39 in fredericksburg. the wake-up weather, 5:00 a mix north and west, in the 30s. by 7:00, doesn't change much. a mix north and we felt, in the 30s. by 9:00, everybody pretty much going over to light rain. so
house fire on leslie avenue in glenarden. >> we understand there have been multiple injuries. our own melanie alnwick is on the scene to bring us up to date on this story. >> reporter: good morning. things are happening very quickly here on leslie avenue in glenarden. when we arrived on the scene not too long ago, they were still bringing out many of the stretchers working the cpr on some of of the victims in this house fire. looks like it definitely started like right around 4:02 in the morning. so with a little more than an hour that has passed and things are still very much an active scene. joining me now is the chief. tell us what you can about the victims. >> 911 started to receive multiple calls for a house on fire. firefighters were able to pull six people from the house. four of those have cpr in progress. that is three children and one adult. the other child and other adult have nonlife-threatening injuries. they are being transported away. >> reporter: it looks like a difficult scene here. >> absolutely. fire investigators are just beginning their work. we have no idea of th
any second now or conceivably, it could last for days. anita and lesli, we hope to learn more with a official press conference in a matter of moments. >> we are waiting on that press conference, but as gary was telling us, this idea that there could be hostages in the cabin changed the dynamic for the law enforcement officers surrounding the cabin. let's listen in. >> i have a very small amount of information i can provide to you from what is happening up in san bernardino county right now. this information is from the san bernardino sheriff's office. let me put a copy on it. this is very preliminary information. today at about 12:22 p.m., san bernardino sheriffs were in the hunt for christopher dorner in the big bear area. they received a call of a stolen vehicle in the 1200 block of club view drive. when they responded, they received information from the person reporting that this stolen vehicle was stolen by an individual that appeared to be very similar to christopher dorner. immediately conducted a ground and an air search for this vehicle and they were able to locate it
happen. six days, lesli. >> six short days, that's right, gary. economists and politicians have been saying for years that small businesses are key to the american economic recovery. but sequestration could smack small businesses hard. costing them billions of dollars and hundreds of thousands of jobs. bruce leshan says looming budget cuts already have one local business leader rethinking his hiring plan. >> it's been a horrible four years. >> andy stern loved selling office furniture. >> chairs feel differently for different people. >> before the great recession, he sold $8 million a year from four locations across the region. >> i've been in business 36 years now and these last four years are the worst i have ever seen. >> the recession cut his sales in half. >> you didn't make any money for a year. fernando: >> no. >> he had to lay off one of 11 employees, worst thing he has ever done. >> this is an amazing product. >> sales are finally starting to pick back up. >> the last several months, we have been thinking about that. >> hiring somebody? >> yes. >> and with thi
. >> that doesn't sound good. and here from los angeles leslie marshal, also, a woman of the left (laughter) all right, leslie. i don't know why rove and his pals wasted the money, she hasn't declared and rove is coming up and i'll ask him. but the ad is basically another, almost what i said, these people celebrities, really don't know anything and why are we bothering and you say? >> oh, i say i'm living in california where arnold schwarzenegger won because he's a celebrity. some people would say in new york, that's why hillary clinton was voted into the senate. we've seen people in washington, sonny bono, gopher on the love boat and people love celebrity and name recogniti recognition, and there are people in kentucky not of the mind of mitch mcconnell. why is he worried, a, she hasn't announced she was running and b, i thought he was secure in his-- >> i don't know what karl will have to say about it and we should note at that ashley judd is not chris rock and tony bennett. she went to the kentucky school of government my alma mater, i almost flunked out i heard that she did well. so she's ve
officers for revenge. gary? >> reporter: leslie, the end of this manhunt started with a home invasion by this rogue former cop on the run. seen later by fish and game rangers who try to stop him, get their car sprayed with gunfire as dorner runs into the woods and then into the house. a big gun fight. two sheriff's deputies hit, one of them dies. a standoff, tear gas fired into the house which then catches fire. a body found in the burned-out rubble, dorner now presumed dead. the owners of this truck described a man matching dorner's spot who stole it from them in the mountains east of l.a. when he was spotted by officers, he repeatedly fired at them. >> he crashed the car and then took off into the forest. >> reporter: and into this house, which was soon surrounded by police. local cbs reporter cutter evans was 100 yards away listening to the extended firefight. [ guns firing ] >> reporter: two deputies were shot. >> one of our deputies was injured. he's being treated here at low loma linda. >> reporter: police fired tear gas into the cabin which caught fire and burned as firefighter
now. a house fire on leslie avenue in glenarden. it was reported just after 4:00 this morning. there are reports that an adult and a child are badly hurt and others may be trapped in the home. we are checking to confirm that information and we have a crew on the way and we'll bring you updates as soon as we get them. >>> a 3-year-old boy is dead after being run over by his father's car. this happened last night on audrey lane in oxon hill. prince george's county police say the boy was inside the car with his grandmother when the car began rolling backwards. the boy's father attempted to stop the car when the boy somehow fell out of the vehicle and was struck. >>> prince george's county police made five arrests in the murder of charles walker. the 15-year-old was shot monday afternoon in hillcrest heights during an attempted robbery. officers are also working leads into the death of 18-year-old aaron kidd and andre shepherd. they were gunned down in forestville. >>> oscar pistorius is back in court for day three of his bail hearing. there is another turn in the case. police sai
little caffeine in green coffee bean extract. very effective. >> leslie writes in, my fiancee suffers tremendously from ibs, irritable bowel syndrome and has tried many product to get help without success. i would love to have him be without pain and without fear of having a rest room close by. this is a problem you hear more and more about. >> this comes back. why is it we have so many chronic problems from autism to irritable bowel syndrome and everything in between. there is a big difference in the food we are eating. i would start off with some type of an elimination diet getting rid of dairy product and wheat products. that seems to help a lot people who have irritable bowel. but i would go one step further since this gentleman sebbed or nation. a lot of times folks come back from the battlefields with a lot of post traumatic stress disorder. it is a big risk factor for irritable bowel. your gut and brawn are intimately connected. -- your gut and brain are intimately connected. when you have anxiety, it will manifest itself with irritable bowel. having an ability to cope with tha
good. joining u.s. now though react xenia maxwell and leslie marshall also a woman of the left. all right. leslie, i don't know why rove and his pals wasted the money. she hasn't declared. rove is coming up and i will ask him. but the ad is basically, you know, another almost what i said, that these people, they come, you know, they are celebrities. they really don't know anything. and, you know, why are we bothering? and you say? >> oh, i say i'm living in california where arnold schwarzenegger won because he is a celebrity. some people would say in new york that's why hillary clinton was voted into the senate. we have seen people in washington, sony bono, gopher on the love boat. and there are people in kentucky that are younger, that are not of the mind of senator mitch mcconnell and i say it makes the senator look bad because why is he worried? a, she hasn't announced that she is running and b i thought he felt very secure in his position of representing that state. >> bill: i don't know what mcconnell has to say about it we should note zerlina that ashley judd is not chris rock
. abc7 news reporter leslie brinkley set out in the dark to see what is being done. >> the sun goes down and it is pitch back on this highway. lights along the trail heading south of the north concord bart station has been out for months as the copper thieves accessed the in ground boxes and ripped out the wiring. >> when i have to come home it concerns me. i started carrying a pocket knife. from here to the center where there is a break going to the neighborhood all the lights are out. >> if i hit somebody we are going to hospital. so it would be nice if the lights were working. >> last week the copper thieves struck along this stretch of willow path road blacking out streetlights. in the last few years concord has spent more than a million dollars replacing the stolen copper wiring. >> the solution? in ground boxes will be encased with rebar with a cover acquiring special tools. >> you tried putting the boulders on them. >> we would have liked to think the boulders would work, but they did not. >> so they installed solar lights jie. we are installing the warning signs. pedestrians know
near the bart station, and once again it is because of copper thieves. abc7 news reporter leslie brinkley set out in the dark to see what is being done. >> the sun goes down and it is pitch back on this highway. lights along the trail heading south of the north concord bart station has been out for months as the copper thieves accessed the in ground boxes and ripped out the wiring. >> when i have to come home it concerns me. i started carrying a pocket knife. from here to the center where there is a break going to the neighborhood all the lights are out. >> if i hit somebody we are going to hospital. so it would be nice if the lights were working. >> last week the copper thieves struck along this stretch of willow path road blacking out streetlights. in the last few years concord has spent more than a million dollars replacing the stolen copper wiring. >> the solution? in ground boxes will be encased with rebar with a cover acquiring special tools. >> you tried putting the boulders on them. >> we would have liked to think the boulders would work, but they did not. >> so they inst
. leslie brinkley spoke with them about their find and their decision. she is live at the bridge for us tonight. >> reporter: i asked them to recreate what happened. they said on valentine's day the couple set out here to vista point to take in the view on their way to dinner in san francisco. they found a black camera bag along this stonewall behind me. and tonight they sat down with me to talk about their remarkable experience, and they shared the photos they took on their iphone. >> we are never going to forget. >> when carlos and barbara opened the abandoned bag they found credit cards and a wallet with $1,000. >> next to the wallet was an envelope. next to that was a0,000 of a $100 bill. i said this is a lot of money. then i panicked more. i said this could be anything. it could be a set up. it could be drug money. i said we should take it to the san francisco police. >> they went to the halve justice where they were shocked. they were turning in the money. >> i said it belongs to us. that's why we are turning it in. he said you are very good people. we said we feel proud of doing
on on the golden gate bridge. a vallejo couple made that surprising discovery on valentine's day. leslie brinkley spoke with them about their find and their decision. she is live at the bridge for us tonight. >> reporter: i asked them to recreate what happened. they said on valentine's day the couple set out here to vista point to take in the view on their way to dinner in san francisco. they found a black camera bag along this stonewall behind me. and tonight they sat down with me to talk about their remarkable experience, and they shared the photos they took on their iphone. >> we are never going to forget. >> when carlos and barbara opened the abandoned bag they found credit cards and a wallet with $1,000. >> next to the wallet was an envelope. next to that was 10,000 of a $100 bill. i said this is a lot of money. then i panicked more. i said this could be anything. it could be a set up. it could be drug money. i said we should take it to the san francisco police. >> they went to the halve justice where they were shocked. they were turning in the money. >> i said it belongs to us. that's why w
? tonight derek says don't blink on the governor. >> yes, lesli, let's be real. kris christie is not fat. he's obese. huge even. which is why he spent some time on letterman monday night diffusing the issue a bit by poking some good natured fun at himself. which is a gooded why. but i believe -- a good idea. but i believe if he were to run, most of us voters really won't give a doughnut about christie's weight. first of all, like all of new jersey, by then we'll be used to seeing him. but more importantly, the republican governor has a 70% approval rating in blue state new jersey. now, part of all of that is from his handling of super storm sandy. but the rest of it is because they like him. even if the very same surveys say they don't altogether love his stand on every issue, it's his leadership that counts. that's what christie was pedaling at the gop convention last summer. certainly it was not mitt romney. back then christie said, and i quote, it's been easy for our leaders to say not us and not now in taking on the tough issues. and we've stood silently by and let them get away with it.
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. but malvo says they would never turn away a teen who needs them, lesli. >> thank you for that. >>> at the heart of the search for solutions is a woman who lost a great-grandfather to a murder that remains unsolved to this day. state's attorney angela alsobrooks is reaching beyond the statutory confines of her office to do more than just prosecutors the killers and involving the office she assumed two years ago. gary nurenberg talked to her on the day she was sworn in and saw some changes when he talked to her again tonight. gary. >> reporter: it is an evolution of sorts, lesli, but one grounded in the motivations that helped make her in 2011 the first woman to be the county's chief prosecutor. >> that was in prince george's county. >> reporter: she talked that night about the unsolved murder of her great grandfather and the impact on her family. >> there was never any justice for my family. >> reporter: and now when she sees dead school children, there is more than just empathy. >> it's a painful long lasting feeling. and so my heart goes out to any family who suffers the loss
. >> reporter: lesli, everyone on that school bus is okay. we will be okay tonight, but the driver of the suv is in grave condition. here is a scene hours after this accident happened this afternoon. you can see that the school bus and also the suv is getting ready to be towed. there were several special needs children ages 5 to 11 and two adults, including the bus driver and her aide riding on that bus. they had just left clopper mill elementary school when the accident happened. they were taken to the hospital as a precaution. police say the driver of the black chevy suv was making a left turn when it was rear ended by a work van that caused the suv then to come into the path of the school bus. the bus then t-boned the suv on the passenger side and unclear if the driver was wearing a seat belt. >> the road was wet. there had been precipitation prior to the collision. so the crew team will determine exactly that level of involvement. but it would most certainly appear to have played a factor in it. >> there was a fourth car in a ravine right now. the driver may have tried to avoid the whol
for the woman inside at the time. >> reporter: absolutely, leslie. the images you're about to see tell it all. this was absolutely bold. it was daring. these women who were inside at least some of them, police say were hit with pepper spray. folks, once again it was all caught on the crook cam. let's show you what we're talking about. take a look here. you can see three men enter the colonial jewelry store on south market street after 1:00 today. one of the men appears to have a gun and he orders the women inside on to the floor. a second man then with the pepper spray can is seen firing off some of the chemical. the thieves break the glass cases and make off with handfuls of jewelry. the whole thing was over in minutes. thankfully no one was seriously hurt here. let's go on to yesterday. a similar scene at the zales jewelry store inside pentagon's mall. police say they made off with 27 rings totaling close to $130,000. now, police have not linked any of these cases. they don't say or they're not saying, rather, if they're both related. but tonight, the crooks in the case out in arlington and
. back to you, lesli. >> wow. o.k. >>> well, should the washington redskins change their team name? that question is at the root of any number of arguments this week, but tonight, derek says the answer really isn't that hard to come by. >> no, lesli, think about it. if we were naming our football team today, clearly, no one would even consider a name like redskins because it would be offensive. why do so many of us hold on so tightly to a name created in a time when few cared about such things? i said it before. it's probably always a bad idea to name a sports team after a living, breathing ethnic group, even if the intent is honorable. let's be real, does the name redskins really sound like it's honoring anybody? you know, i once had a conversation with a native american who spoke so passionately about how hurtful that name is. i felt a shame, like i needed to apologize for being a fan. but that was years ago. and like a lot of you, i put my unease aside to root with the team i grew up with. wasn't this past season just a glorious ride? even that got me to thinking, is it right t
district admitted protocol was not followed. as regusters, she was being held on a $4 million bond. lesli. >> thank you. >>> tonight we're learning new details about how former la cop christopher dorner died. his standoff ended tuesday when a cabin in big bear, california caught fire. and there were questions about that fire. did police start it on purpose? cbs ed lawrence is here with what really happened. >> reporter: this is the bolt action sniper rifle that chris mer dorner had with him -- christopher dorner had with him. the word vengeance could be seen on the stock. there was a bullet to his head. >> the evidence we have seems to indicate the wound that took his life was self inflicted. >> reporter: the cabin burned down after a tense fire fight with police. two deputies were shot during that gun battle. one later died. he went to the big bear after yeah after a string of -- area after a string of shootings. with deputies down and dorner held up inside, police tried using cold tear gas to smoke him out. >> he would not surrender. >> reporter: police radios picked up what appear to b
scary. and joining me now is katie and leslie marshal, fox news contributors. and now you see leslie, you've got joe todd akin salazar in the democratic party. and let's remind everybody, selective moral outrage of todd akin. let's just remind everybody. >> the republican party has a major grass roots problem, which is that a good part of its grass roots now celebrate ignore randalls. it ignorance. it's more than abortion rights. it's more than about akin, this is a -- an agenda, this is an ideal, this is a theocracy embedded in the g.o.p. if he doesn't the romney-ryan ticket is going to be tarred with this feather for the entire campaign. >> as far as the g.o.p., this is going to be devastating because they have two big issues, the hispanic vote and female vote and gives them the ultimate poster boy. >> and there's rage by republican higher ups and worth pointing out the official party platform that's being voted on today in tampa, ready, sitting down? it backs the position of mr. akin, somewhat. parts of it, anyway. >> sean: no, it did not, but where is the outrage here, lesl lesli
and it is pounding these guys. so, as we said and you know, anita said earlier and lesli, that the heaviest snow and the blizzard conditions will not develop until tonight across much of long island, connecticut, rhode island, and also massachusetts. they are getting good snows. my mother-in-law had 5 inches of snow by 1:00 p.m. today and it was just starting to pick up. we have one batch of showers that rotate back around this system. a couple showers possible tonight. maybe even a snow shower later tonight, but you're going to have a wet commute going home out route 7 and also at the toll road as well. nothing heavy, but enough to wet the roads. so, some showers for the commute home. winds will pick up over 30 miles per hour. windy and colder tomorrow. dress for the 20s tomorrow because of the windchills. and milder and nice on sunday. a nice way to finish the weekend. so for tonight, mostly cloudy, windy and colder. shower or snow shower possible. 26 to 32 and winds northwest 15 to 30 and gusty. by morning, partly cloudy, windy, and cold. grab your shades. winds now 15 to 30 and gusty. temper
controversy surrounding the flying machines. >>> leslie johnson has served her time. she's a free woman now. >>> and doug, how is the weather looking now on this friday night? >> for us, the wind are picking up. wind gusts over 20 miles an hour and they'll increase through the evening. the wind for us, the snow to the north. we'll talk politicians, family, friends admirers bid final farewell to christine jones in southeast d.c. jones was a former maryland state delegate. the first african-american to represent prince george's county in the maryland general assembly. she also taught in the county school system for 30 years. she died two weeks ago after she was pulled from her burning home in temple hills. christine jones was 83 years old. >>> a company in manassas, virginia, is weighing in on a controversy over drones. virginia lawmakers approved a bill banning them. the unmanned surveillance vehicles, banning them for use by law enforcement. supporters say using the unmanned planes for surveillance is an invasion of privacy. aurora flight sciences is the name of the company. the ceo there d
george's county council member sent to prison for corruption. we'll tell you what leslie johnson is doing now. >>> when your baby wakes up during the night, should you let them cry out? the new research out about an age-old parenting debate. ♪ ♪ >> they're all smash hits. but who is favored to win song of the year at the grammy awards. (woman) 3 days of walking to give a break cancer survivor a lifetime-- that's definitely a fair trade. it was such a beautiful experience. (jessica lee) ♪ and it's beautiful (woman) why walk 60 miles in the boldest breast cancer event in history? because your efforts help komen serve millions of women and men facing breast cancer every year. visit the3day.org to register or to request more information today. it was 3 days of pure joy. ♪ and it's beautiful still ahead at 4:00. a former congressman's fall from grace. what jesse jackson jr. admitted to federal investigators. former council member leslie johnson is out of prison. she was released after serving time. her husband is still behind bars. when the two were arrested in 2010, leslie johnson tri
. >> yeah, i mean, lesli, can you believe we are still talking about this 12 years later? it is just a big fat mystery. ingmar guandique is on his way back to d.c. from federal prison in alabama. he is expected at a hearing tomorrow, but the government has demanded secrecy about most of that and the judges agreed to the government's demand. the first amendment pleas of lawyers for a number of media outlets, including our parent company, have failed to sway the judge. we know this hearing is about some kind of problem with a witness who helped send ingmar guandique to prison for 60 years and it has to do with safety. beyond that, it's all secret, despite the best efforts of guandique's lawyers and the media, court hearings should be open unless there's a compelling reason to close them. >> we can't really discuss anything, i'm sorry. >> we are extremely concerned that a matter of this importance and interest to the community is happening behind closed doors and we certainly hope that the court will give us relief soon. >> sources are saying that guandique's lawyers are demanding a new tr
has done so much great work. when i call your name, if you could just stand and say hi. leslie, vice president, and she has been very instrumental in publishing the gazette which i believe that you have picked up. if you haven't, over here by the entrance, there are copies for you to see. the gazette summarizes the previous jury's work as well as explains what the jury is all about. and how you can apply to be a juror. and this is our fourth issue. so, thank you for your hard work. julian hansen is secretary and she's my right arm, my left arm, she's there for me for whenever i need anything. and i really appreciate all the work you've done also to keep the chapter together and make it a viable entity. ken mali in the back there, the immediate chair and was instrumental in working with lieutenant governor in making this public service announcement which i'm really proud to say i think will give a real shot in the arm to the association as well as to jurors and the jury in general going forward. karen cansino, very instrumental in the distribution of our gazette, we're putting the gaz
to play somebody who wanted to kick butt. >> indeed. >> what about you, lauren? >> i play leslie shay. i am a paramedic. dawson, andracter, i are always on the run. >> you are strong yourself. >> shay is a bit of an emotional nightmare. nothing like me. [laughter] i have no problems in real life, but, shay, goodness, pull it together, lady. >> you two are fantastic. we will remind viewers went to see it. thanks for being with us. >> thank you. stay warm, baltimore. >> you can watch "chicago fire" thursdays at 10:00 p.m. on tv 11. i'm joined by the doctor -- oh, my goodness -- from falls road animal hospital. purple puppy, a perfectly appropriate. still celebrating and leaving us early. >> "things are moving, i am out of here." >> we have several questions so we will get to those. >> there is a couple of different things you could be talking about. sometimes they have elongated soft palate's. it is something that many times can be looked at and most times does not cause major problems. if they are having major issues, you need to bring them in and have the vet take a look at it, because t
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